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Program Mission, Goals and Student Learning Outcomes


To provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to become successful radiologic technologists in a diverse and global society.

Program Goals and Outcomes
  • to graduate students who are competent entry-level radiologic technologists
    • students will be able to perform routine exams and produce quality images
    • students will practice proper radiation safety techniques to protect themselves and their patients
  • to graduate students who will practice effective communication skills
    • students will acquire the knowledge to successfully communicate with others
    • students will demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in writing
    • students will properly educate patients about exams
  • to graduate students who use critical thinking and problem solving skills appropriately
    • students will identify and perform non-routine exams
    • students will identify diagnostic images and correct non-quality images accordingly
  • to graduate students who demonstrate professional and ethical behavior
    • students will provide professional care to all patients
    • students will identify and respond appropriately to ethical dilemmas
    • students will demonstrate the values and ethics of a radiographer
  • to fulfill the needs of the surrounding health care community
    • the program will graduate 80% of its starting class  
    • graduates will successfully complete the national registry and become registered radiologic technologists
    • graduates who are actively seeking employment will obtain employment within 12 months of graduation from the program